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Dead Rising 3: Chaos Rising DLC Review | WGTC

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Continuing on in support of its season pass for Dead Rising 3, Capcom Vancouver has released Chaos Rising, the third episode in the game’s set of DLC-based Untold Stories of Los Perdidos mini-narratives. Released at a $9.99 price point like its two decent but wholly unspectacular predecessors, this add-on marks the debut of yet another playable character and introduces a handful of new items into the fold, in addition to a hefty amount of additional collectibles. In the end, though, it’s simply more of the same formula we’ve become accustomed to from the Canadian developer and its Japanese parent company, and the result is more of the same. The difference this time around, though, is that there’s a shorter run-time to be found, as well as a general lack of overly interesting content. (Dead Rising 3, Xbox One) 2.5/5

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